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Tuesday November 30, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Holiday Gift Craft Class - Holiday Gift Craft Class
Children ages 7-13 years old can create wonderful homemade holiday gifts and ornaments to share with family and friends this season. Every week over the course of 3 classes they will make a gift, ornament, and wrap it up to bring home for their loved ones.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 2)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Wednesday December 1, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Scrabble
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MW
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society Open House
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 2)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Thursday December 2, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Card Making
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: September 2 2021
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Friday December 3, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Monday December 6, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MW
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Yoga
Our yoga classes are all about relaxation! If you are looking for a moving meditation, a full body workout, more flexibility, or just an hour of peace, you will find it all with Yoga.  All you need is your body in comfortable clothes and a Yoga mat.  Classes are open to all levels and will be modified according to student needs and goals.Monday Evening Instructor: Karla Desjardins
 
Tuesday December 7, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Holiday Gift Craft Class - Holiday Gift Craft Class
Children ages 7-13 years old can create wonderful homemade holiday gifts and ornaments to share with family and friends this season. Every week over the course of 3 classes they will make a gift, ornament, and wrap it up to bring home for their loved ones.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Intermediate (Session 2)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Wednesday December 8, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Trivia With Friends
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MW
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Beginner (Session 2)
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Thursday December 9, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Hand Made Gift Boxes
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics TuTh
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM    STRONG Nation™ - STRONG
This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Each session you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. As part of your high-intensity sweat session, you'll hit the floor for some core exercises as well.About the Instructor: Erica Decker has been a fitness instructor with Plainfield Recreation for over four years and has quickly developed a following because of her ability to connect with her clientele and adapt her workouts to all abilities. Erica is also our instructor for Mixed Fitness, Parent & Me, and Tabata Fitness. Come prepared with the following: good cross trainer shoes, yoga mat, towel, mask and a lot of water!Make Up Date: September 2 2021
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Line Dancing - Advanced 1
Beginners: Have you always wanted to learn how to line dance? Now’s your chance! No experience needed! In this class you’ll learn how to coaster step, jazz box, vine, shuffle, and weave, in addition to learning basic line dancing terms all while making new friends. This is the perfect way to get your steps! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Intermediate:Step things up a bit in this fun intermediate class. In this class the pace is a bit faster and the steps a little more on point. We’ll build off of what was taught in the beginner’s class to put everything together for some new dances. Previous line dancing experience strongly recommend. Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.Advanced: Calling all line dancing lovers!!! Looking to get back in the swing of things after a year and a half off? Our Advanced line dancing is back! This class is for those who have recent dance or line dancing experience. Choreography will be a bit faster with less time focused on instruction and more time DANCING! Session 2 is a continuation of the 1st session.
 
Friday December 10, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Water Aerobics - Fall Light Cardio Aerobics MWF
Cardio-Aerobic: A medium paced class that can be modify for all levels pick-up the pace or slow it down depending on your level. Includes strength and flexibility exercises.Light Cardio Aerobics: Class includes warm-up followed by a light cardio segment of standard calisthenics moves in shallow water. The toning portion uses a variety of equipment in both deep and shallow water. Stretching and cool down finish the hour leaving you feeling energized for the day.   Instructors:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Mornings: Kasi KellyWednesday Mornings: Eddie KraussMonday & Wednesday Afternoons: Sue BolandTuesday & Thursday Afternoons: Eddie Krauss
 
11:00 AM - 2:30 PM    Senior Club Christmas Lunch
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    The Grinch Takes Over Recreation Center - Grinch Movie Night
The Grinch has taken over the Recreation Center and is inviting children to do the same during December. Fridays in December children ages 6-13 years old may come and participate in 3 different weekly grinchy activities. December 10th is the 2018 Grinch movie and snacksDecember 17th is Grinch Bingo play grinch themed bingo for grinch prizes and make some crafts.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Sunday December 12, 2021
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pancake Breakfast
 
Tuesday December 14, 2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Holiday Gift Craft Class - Holiday Gift Craft Class
Children ages 7-13 years old can create wonderful homemade holiday gifts and ornaments to share with family and friends this season. Every week over the course of 3 classes they will make a gift, ornament, and wrap it up to bring home for their loved ones.
 
Wednesday December 15, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Origami Peace Dove
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
Thursday December 16, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Paper Snowflakes
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
Friday December 17, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    The Grinch Takes Over Recreation Center - Grinch Bingo
The Grinch has taken over the Recreation Center and is inviting children to do the same during December. Fridays in December children ages 6-13 years old may come and participate in 3 different weekly grinchy activities. December 10th is the 2018 Grinch movie and snacksDecember 17th is Grinch Bingo play grinch themed bingo for grinch prizes and make some crafts.
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Monday December 20, 2021
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Yoga
Our yoga classes are all about relaxation! If you are looking for a moving meditation, a full body workout, more flexibility, or just an hour of peace, you will find it all with Yoga.  All you need is your body in comfortable clothes and a Yoga mat.  Classes are open to all levels and will be modified according to student needs and goals.Monday Evening Instructor: Karla Desjardins
 
Tuesday December 21, 2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
Wednesday December 22, 2021
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
Friday December 24, 2021
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Pitch Cards
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Historical Society- By appointment only
 
Monday December 27, 2021
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Chorus
 
Tuesday December 28, 2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Rummikub
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Bingo
 
Wednesday December 29, 2021
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Pitch Card Players
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Triskele Paper Globes
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!      
 
Thursday December 30, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Linda's Craft Corner.....and More! - Learning Through Documentaries
Learning Through Documentaries, Wed. Nov. 24th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “The Fabric of the Cosmos:  The Illusion of Time.”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  Time. We waste it, save it, kill it, make it. The world runs on it. Yet ask physicists what time actually is, and the answer might shock you: They have no idea. Even more surprising, the deep sense we have of time passing from present to past may be nothing more than an illusion. How can our understanding of something so familiar be so wrong?The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation.Scrabble, Wed. Dec. 1st:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Dec. 2nd:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out my Christmas-themed stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!       Trivia With Friends, Wed. Dec. 8th:  Come exercise your brain and sharpen your memory by taking part in this fun group.  This activity is always engaging and entertaining, as everyone in attendance offers stories and interesting facts pertaining to the trivia questions.  You will have a great time, while also learning some interesting new things!Hand Made Gift Boxes, Thurs. Dec. 9th:   These delightful little gift boxes are such fun to make!  We will be using holiday-themed paper for our creations.  The boxes have a cover and are relatively small in size, from 1.5 x 1.5 inches to 4 x 4 inches; perfect for a small gift.Origami Peace Dove, Wed. Dec. 15th:  This beautiful dove will be moderate in difficulty, but comes out spectacular!  The opening at the back of the model can be filled with candy or other goodies.  Place them on your holiday dinner table for a charming touch! Paper Snowflakes, Thurs. Dec. 16th:  This class will be relaxing and fun….it’ll bring back to your carefree childhood years, while also inspiring your creativity!  We will use plain white paper and fold it in a specific way.  Then the fun begins when you use a pair of scissors to create your own unique snowflake.  Cut the paper, unfold it, and admire your one-of-a-kind creation!  Make just one or a whole blizzard of them!    No Classes Wed. Dec.22 and Thurs. Dec. 23rd.  Wishing you a peace-filled holiday season!Triskele Paper Globes, Wed. Dec. 29th:  Take one look at these curious creations, and you’ll wonder if it’s really possible to make one yourself.  That’s what I thought, too, until I tried it.  The project is somewhat time consuming and a little bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be all set!  Sign up for this class, and get ready for an intriguing experience! Learning Through Documentaries, Thurs. Dec. 30th:  This month’s documentary is entitled “NOVA Wonders:  Are We Alone?”  The description of this 1-hour program, put out by NOVA, reads:  “The search for extraterrestrial life is an age-old quest. But recent breakthroughs make today an era unlike any in the history of astronomy. From the exhilarating probing of our own solar system and the Kepler mission’s astounding discovery of thousands of extrasolar planets, to the next-generation telescopes under development, the prospects for finding life beyond Earth have never been stronger.”  The program will be followed by a period of interactive conversation. Scrabble, Wed. Jan. 5th:  Come and join me for this fun workout for the brain!  Scrabble is a great way to hone your strategy skills and keep your mind sharp.  Teams will be formed based on the number of participants present. Card Making, Thurs. Jan 6th:  This will be an open-forum class where I will bring out an assortment of stamps.  You can create up to 3 cards of your choice with the supplies I will put out, including different colored inks, paper punches, and colored pencils and markers.  We always have a great time in the card making classes, as everyone shares their knowledge and ideas!